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Telstra Outage Report in Murray Bridge, State of South Australia

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Problems in the last 24 hours in Murray Bridge, State of South Australia

The chart below shows the number of Telstra reports we have received in the last 24 hours from users in Murray Bridge and surrounding areas. An outage is declared when the number of reports exceeds the baseline, represented by the red line.

Telstra Outage Chart in Murray Bridge, State of South Australia 04/15/2024 15:35

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Most Reported Problems

The following are the most recent problems reported by Telstra users through our website.

  1. Internet (50%)

    Internet (50%)

  2. Phone (28%)

    Phone (28%)

  3. Wi-fi (9%)

    Wi-fi (9%)

  4. E-mail (7%)

    E-mail (7%)

  5. Total Blackout (4%)

    Total Blackout (4%)

  6. TV (3%)

    TV (3%)

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Telstra Issues Reports Near Murray Bridge, State of South Australia

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Murray Bridge and nearby locations:

  • _heleali alisha. (@_heleali) reported from Murray Bridge, State of South Australia

    @Telstra 5253. Outage page says nothing. No connection to 4g, only 3g. Messages failing. Been going since 10pm last night.

Telstra Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • randomlilnikki Nikki (@randomlilnikki) reported

    @Telstra how do I find out if our tp-link is compatible then? The first person I spoke to confidently said there should be no issue. The second informed me that I could ONLY use a Telstra booster (he was so rude we thought we'd been scammed, and he wasn't actually an employee.)

  • WaybackBot Wayback Bot (@WaybackBot) reported

    Telstra closes premium paid service

  • suecrowther57 suzanne wolf Delcon Australia for Australians (@suecrowther57) reported

    The @Telstra ad on tv man dig Ute needs help ringing his daughter from a paddock WTF WE ARE 20 kilometres from town we USE WALKIE-TALKIES no bloody service in rural Australia forget 5 G get bloody 4 g working

  • randomlilnikki Nikki (@randomlilnikki) reported

    @Telstra Right, so it's probably not compatible. That's what I thought earlier today, before we called and checked for compatibility issues, and were assured there were none for the brand we had...

  • sharanjit Sharanjit Paddam (@sharanjit) reported

    @Telstra So now I’ve made a formal complaint. I have not only a customer number, order number, remediation case number, but a complaint number! Maybe this will help? 58/🧵

  • Alienwarfare100 Alienwarfare (WILL) (@Alienwarfare100) reported

    i ******* swear @Telstra support has no idea about anything they sell or anything as they just ****** up yet again gg Telstra DONT EVEN READ WHAT THE ISSUE IS JUST GET YOU SPEND MONEY YOU DONT HAVE

  • randomlilnikki Nikki (@randomlilnikki) reported

    Well, today was interesting. Thought we were being scammed. Turns out, it actually was a really rude @telstra employee, who flipped out when I politely asked to speak to a supervisor (because he rudely told me the exact opposite of what the first employee did. Wanted to verify.)

  • randomlilnikki Nikki (@randomlilnikki) reported

    @Telstra also, @Telstra has super inconsistent verification processes which, along with the lack of professionalism, made us worry we were scammed. I'm relieved we weren't actually scammed, especially because the fraud department never got back to us. We cancelled a credit card...

  • ktibus KayRay (@ktibus) reported

    @sharanjit @Telstra Can't see why they would refuse: you are already a customer, you've provided 3 forms of ID, so met the 100 point check thing. There is no logical reason to do anything other than send the phone and close the case file. Easier to get a housing loan than a phone it seems.

  • OrrockFarm Todd Orrock (@OrrockFarm) reported

    @Stevew924 @WatersMetalwks Always travel with the ram stops. So much weight on rams. Or if swapping paddock run with the wings down to spread weight. But a 1 ft deep washout in the grass. Didn’t help. Narrow road. Only have to take it to miss town because all the telstra lines are about 16rt high.